My name is Benjamin, I am currently employed full time as a Paramedic but have also been freelancing in web design / development since the mid 90's. I started off in my teens volunteering for America Online as a Community Leader, learning basic HTML and scripting with their proprietary language (RAINMAIN Plus).
It is quite clear that there is no future in my current career for me and I am looking to make a career change to web design & development. Many job listings of interest are looking for a degree in addition to experience and I am hoping that I will become a more well rounded developer if I further my education.
I started out by looking at the BS in Web Design & Development offered by Full Sail University but quickly came to my senses when I looked at their tuition cost and dug into their history. More recently, I have been looking at [Southern New Hampshire University, a regionally accredited non-profit, but have been unable to find any reviews specific to their [URL="http://www.snhu.edu/Computer-Information-Technology-Web%20Design-and-Development-BS-Online.asp"]Web Design & Development](http://www.snhu.edu/) BS program.
SNHU's course details for Web Design & Development list things such as Frames and Image Maps, which makes me a bit nervous. I have been waiting for about two weeks now for an admissions rep to get back to me with more specific details. I want to be sure that material covered in a course is not something that is a decade out of date or something that I already know like the back of my hand.
Do any of you have any experience with SNHU? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.